Saturday, November 8, 2008

Welcome to Kirsten's Shower



Please come in and check out the cute decor.



I know, I know. Lots of gifts!


Hungry? Excellent. I have a special place in my heart for hungry people. Have some Turkey-Spinach-Fruit Salad, or a few Brie Leek Quiches.


I didn't get many photos with people in them because the lighting wasn't good and, well, I was busy. But I love this one. The woman on the end is Kirsten's grandma. So sweet how she is looking at Kirsten. That girl is loved.


Cranberry Cheesecake?


And take a favor before you go. These are sooo good. Raw cranberries covered in chocolate. An addictive sweet-tart combination.

Was there a standing ovation? Well, no. But Carole, Kirsten's mom, did spontaneously applaud when Kirsten opened my gift to her.

And that, my friends, was just as good.

7 comments:

Firefly said...

Yay for you, Robyn! I wish so much I had been there! You are so good at hostessing. And Kirsten is so fun to pamper.

Melissa said...

What was your gift to her?

Robyn said...

Melissa,

Tune in Monday for a special edition entitled:

"Robyn's Gift to Kirsten"

Eric said...

We are giving you a standing ovation on the inside!

I now need to look at all the gifts and clap a lot!
Eric

Susan said...

Remind me again--when are you coming to Minnesota to throw me a shower?

Anonymous said...

Robyn -

Can you throw me a shower? Everything looks so delicious and yummy and the decorations are so pretty! You do such an amazing job!! Seriously, you should be a caterer or a party planner :)

-Steph

Robyn said...

Susan and Steph,

I would LOVE to. I love it...so much!

But alas, you both are several states away.

Steph, this time around I was really thinking about looking into helping people with throwing showers or kids birthday parties. It's just so much fun for me and I think I could make a pretty penny around here with that kind of thing. So, it is something I am thinking about...

we'll see...

Funny because my sister used to be a party planner and now she is a teacher. And I used to be a teacher and ...well, who knows?